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RUFC - Good News And Bad News On Injury Front

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Rotherham United have some good news and some bad news on the injury front going into the final week of the season.

Speaking to the Official Site on his weekly Millers On Sunday section, Millers Boss Steve Evans says that both Daniel Nardiello and David Noble will be one hundred per cent fit for the game against Aldershot next Saturday. Also on a positive note is the fact that Daniel Kearns will get a full weeks training next week and could come into contention.

But not such good news is the fact that Lee Frecklington and Daniel O`Connor came out of yesterday`s one-nil win at Plymouth carrying knocks.

Both players were treated on the pitch after challenges yesterday with Frecks being replaced three minutes from the end of the game.

The Gaffer says it will be a couple of days before it`s known if either or both will be fit for next weekend.



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Date:Sunday April 21 2013

Time: 11:18AM

 

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